Sunday, 4 February 2018

Manchester United eyes Everton's Goal Keeper, Jordan Pickford as De gea's possible replacement.

The end of the career of Manchester United's goal keeper, David Degea in Man U is there as the club is preparing for life after the departure of the goal keeper which seems to be soon as real Madrid has intensified their pursuit of the Spanish number one goal man.
Manchester United are preparing for life without Spanish stopper David De Gea as they keep watch over Everton's Jordan Pickford to replace him.
De Gea has been a long-term target for Real Madrid, and it is expected that the 27-year-old keeper could be making the switch this summer.
That would pave the way for United to move for 23-year-old Pickford, who has been in good form since his transfer to the Toffees.
The Sun report that United would have to pay significantly more than the £30 million Everton paid in the summer to land Pickford, with a touted figure of £50 million likely to persuade the Merseyside club to sell.
That would not be a problem for Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho, who could use the cash from any transfer involving De Gea to bankroll the deal.

Mourinho has done well to hold on to De Gea for so long, but is thought to be resigned to losing their star keeper.
The Express have reported that former United star Cristiano Ronaldo could be used as a makeweight in any kind of deal for De Gea.
The Portuguese striker is rumoured to be unhappy at the Bernabeu and would be open to involvement in some kind of swap deal in the summer.

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